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coverage of the school shooting in atlanta. trace has breaking developments. >> price middle school is in an area called lakewood in south atlanta. the school has 570 students. talking about sixth, seventh, and eighth graders. there's nobody walking on the outside of the school. that's a live look from waga. the school still is on lockdown right now. students are not being allowed outside and parents are not being allowed insidement there are reports that a vice principal has talked to parents but that's as far as the communication goes. we know now that two people have been shot, including a 14-year-old. we do not know if it's a 14-year-old boy or girl. but the atlanta fire department reporting that student was shot in the head. not sure how that comports to this report saying that the two victims who were shot were both alert and talking as they were taken from the school. there were also reports that a teacher was injured but was not shot and it's unclear as to who the second victim might be. now, police have confirmed they have one person in custody. in fact it was videotaped ea
in 2009 at the age of 80. been joined by former president jimmy carter, former mayor of atlanta and u.s. ambassador to the united nations andrew young and former justice department spokesman terry adamson in the discussion of jack nelson's memoir, scoop. the evolution of a seven reporter. it is about an hour. >> good evening, everyone. it's good to have everyone here. my name is sink, and i will be moderating this wonderful panel tonight. and the director of the journalism program at emory. and co-author of a book about news coverage of the civil-rights movement, featured jack quite prominently. first of all, i want to thank the carter library and museum for hosting this one and for cosponsoring it and also the emory university libraries, particularly the manuscript archives and rare books librarian which houses and in the papers and the wisdom of a great number of seven journalists. white, african-american, all sorts -- we are so pleased that five of those opulence a prizewinners'. the latest among them is jack nelson. barbara was so generous and has made jackson papers our posit
of atlanta and u.s. ambassador to the united nations andrew young and former justice department spokesman terry adamson in the discussion of jack nelson's ms. moore "scoop the evolution of a southern reporter." it's about an hour >> good evening everyone. my name is hain't and i will be moderating this wonderful panel tonight. the director of the journalism program at emory and a co-author of a book about news coverage in the civil rights movement that featured jack quite prominently. first i want to thank the carter library and museum for hosting this and cosponsoring this and also emory university which houses the papers and the wisdom of a great journalists and we are so pleased that the to the surprise winners and the latest among them is jack nelson. barbara was generous and made jack's papers our possession now and there is some rich history and i encourage everyone to go and take a look at them. we are here to celebrate the life, memoir, peepers of jack nelson with some people that knew him extremely well. jack was a man of enormous influence and consequence in the nation. the stor
as a young fellow growing up in atlanta georgia my parents didn't have an answer. it became kind of a quest to find out about it in the sense that there was enormous power and that would change the direction of my life. when i wasn't looking for it to happen. c-span: how many of your years did you think about this? >> guest: i started after i got into a book career in the late 70's after magazine journalism. i wanted to write about this period because i hadn't answered the question what is it made of and i thought in 1981 with what was proposed to be a three year history of the teen years and it's now been 16 years and i've done it in two volumes is now projected to be a trilogy or will be a trilogy after i finish it but i would have 20 years. definitely turning into my life work but i'm thankful for the privilege of it. c-span: the first book, parting the waters, 1,056 pages. this but there are 546 pages. what's been your approach? >> guest: to do it in storytelling. one of the reasons i wanted to do it is i knew this had an enormous impact like the construction period in the years before
. taking a look at the temperatures. this is extreme weather. it's 70 degrees in atlanta. 28 in kansas city. up here, temperatures are well below zero again. that's not wind chill. that's air temperature. cold and warm never like to clash. doesn't matter what season it is. when they touch each other, when there is a big enough cold front you can always get the threat of tornadoes. >> where do we think the threat is going? >> the cells are ahead of the line moving through alabama into georgia. atlanta will be affected in the next two, three hour. maybe less if a storm pops up not on radar at this point. the storms are rotating, so the storm itself is going around. the back of the storm becomes a meso cyclone or a low pressure system. if you are in the tornado watch box buy an app for the smartphone, get an old weather radio. keep it on if you are in the warm zone. in the cold zone, you're clear. you may get snow. if you walk outside and go, man, it's hot today. why is it hot? if you're saying that, you are in the danger zone. >> i said it this morning. it's warm in atlanta. we'll watch and w
. a woman and her two children fled to their attic in atlanta last week as a man with a crowbar forced his way into their home. she took a loaded .38 revolver with her. she called her husband at work who called 911. the intruder forced his way into the house, broke through two more locked doors and eventually discovered the woman and her kids. her husband on the phone with the 911 operator described what happened next. >> she shot him. she's shooting him. she's shooting him. she's shooting him. >> okay. >> shoot him again. shoot him. oh, no. >> joining me now is sheriff joe chapman of walton county, georgia, outside atlanta where the incident happened. sheriff, thank you very much for joining us here tonight. this woman fired all six bullets hitting the suspect five times. he survived. he's now in the hospital. did she do the right thing? >> absolutely. without any question she did. >> yeah. and some say that she may have needed more firepower. what do you think? >> well, i've heard all the debates and what i would have done, what she should have done, what kind of ammunition she should ha
fled to their attic in atlanta last week as a man with a crowbar forced his way into their home. she took a loaded .38 revolver with her. she called her husband at work who called 911. the intruder forced his way into the house, broke through two more locked doors and eventually discovered the woman and her kids. her husband on the phone with the 911 operator described what happened next. >> she shot him. she's shooting him. she's shooting him. she's shooting him. >> okay. >> shoot him again. shoot him. oh, no. >> joining me now is sheriff joe chapman of walton county, georgia, outside atlanta where the incident happened. sheriff, thank you very much for joining us here tonight. this woman fired all six bullets hitting the suspect five times. he survived. he's now in the hospital. did she do the right thing? >> absolutely. without any question she did. >> yeah. and some say that she may have needed more firepower. what do you think? >> well, i've heard all the debates and what i would have done, what she should have done, what kind of ammunition she should have used, she done what sh
us to do this. this is setup for the nfc championship on the sunday in atlanta. the atlanta falcons and the san francisco 49ers. and some days we have the graphic and some days we do not. that is like what i like about kron we are explosive. you just knew never know what happens but let us speak about harbaugh. the quarterback we will talk about in a moment but here he is talking about atlanta. >> 80 game that gives them a lot of momentum. they can run the ball. and make a lot of plays. they do a great job of scheming and coaching. they will be a very good team. >> as usual, they did not have anything that would be deemed to grandiose show. the entire nation is talking about kaepernick. giving alex smith credit. he is certainly right in there. probably making it easier there is no doubt who is the better player. smith. that is it. he was dynamite. and pam said 188. make sure to point it out. he threw for the amount of 262 yds. the great amount of explosive kaepernick let the biggest offensive explosion, ever and here he is. >> the offensive played great today. far running backs ran
in the afternoon ahead of this. right now, atlanta getting pommeled with very very rain, and we're going to see a lot of very heavy rain >> shep: do you think it will keep itself together and go all the way to the east coast? >> yes, look what the future radar does with this storm. you see the pop-up in front of the mainline of storms that could being a better chance for tornadoes. go through the afternoon and the evening, and it's gone out of here by midnight tonight. when i replay this, for areas off to the north, because we'll be seeing it in the mid-atlantic and the northeast as well. looking at the storms, very heavy rain, and it's that line that moves through in the overnight hours, it's going to cause all kinds of problems in dc and new york. by 9:00 in the morning, we have rain down behind here, and after that, we have the rain that comes in. and very heavy snow. >> shep: rick, thanks lot. and continuing coverage of breaking news out of syria. the syrians are reporting that israel has launched a strike on targets near damascus. this is new now, and the u.s. officials have just commented
england to capture the afc championship and the 49ers came back to beat atlanta for the nfc crown. we'll have the highlights coming up in sports. and the ravens and 49ers will meet in new orleans on sunday, february 3rd. and, of course, you can watch the super bowl xlvii right here on cbs. >>> and coming up this morning, securing the swearing-in. a look at the massive effort to counter any threats to today's inauguration ceremony. this is the "cbs morning news." today's inauguration ceremony. this is the "cbs morning news." whatever it takes, get to sears big weekend event mattress spectacular. get 24 month special financing. and save up to 60%, plus get an extra 10% off. and free delivery. this is eye opening. this is sears [ female announcer ] how do you define your moment? the blissful pause just before that rich sweetness touches your lips. the delightful discovery the mid-sweetening realization that you have the house all to yourself. well, almost. the sweet reward making a delicious choice that's also a smart choice. splenda no-calorie sweetener. with the or
students met in atlanta to push a global movement to end it. jim clancy tells us about their cause. >> reporter: more than 60,000 young christians from around the country and around the world held candles aloft in the frosty air. their own faces shined back at them from a massive cube set up outside the georgia dome. faces of those who have pledged to light up the world and put an end to human trafficking in their lifetimes. >> slavery is trapped in dark places all over the world. it's trapped here in atlanta. in the shadows. it's in the shadows in mumbai india. it's in the shadows in cam bode yo. it's in the shadows around the world in brothels and factories. 60,000 students are going to shine a light on slavery. >> reporter: for many a journey of the christian faith one that brings them to the passion conference to worship, pray, and learn. for the past two years, they've been focusing on the unholy scourge of sexual slavery and forced labor. the 27 million victims, the billions of dollars churned out, by robbing men, women, and children of their freedom. these young men and wome
for you, too. 57 degrees was the high here, atlanta 68 degrees, tampa 84 degrees today and new orleans 70. check out temperatures right now. it's 46 in the district and that's significant because that 10:00 temperature is 3 degrees warmer than our average high for the day would be. we don't even see many places in the 30s, frederick down to 37, one of the colder spots it. doesn't look like it's going to be that -- spots. it doesn't look like it's going to be that cold tonight. we'll have some clouds coming into the picture to help keep temperatures near 40. heading into the weekend is when the warm stuff comes. you can see both the air masses. one of reasons we'll warm up so much is because we've got a really big push of cold air that will seesaw down through the west and that will make the other half of the seesaw go up on the east coast. mild conditions, warm temperatures and what are we talking about? how about 15 to 30 degrees above normal. that's for the weekend. in the short term for tomorrow when you head out, make sure you grab one of these and put it in the car. looks like we'll
for disease control and prevention here in atlanta. according to the latest cdc data, 5.6% of outpatient visits were for influenza-like illness. that's well above the national baseline of 2.2%. the spike in activity is happening weeks before the peaks of previous flu seasons over the past decade with the unusual exception of the early h1n1 pandemic in 2009. the predominant strain doctors are seeing this year is influenza a, h3n2. here's what cdc director thomas freeden said in an earlier interview. >> what we know about this year is that it seems to be starting sooner than most flu seasons and the strain of flu that is spreading tends to be associated with earlier and more severe flu years. >> reporter: he says the vaccine this year appears to be a good match for the virus. 41 states are reporting widespread flu activity. that's up from 31 states reporting in the previous week. in atlanta, jonathan serry, fox news. >>> 2012 was the nation's worst year for whopping cough. about 42,000 cases were reported last year. that's the most since 1955. one possible reason experts say a newer versio
of a lack of space. officials at the centers for disease control and prevention in atlanta report flu has killed 18 children through the end of last year. that number they say is almost certainly gone up. and the current number of flu cases already matches the peak of many previous years. this time scientists say the worst of the flu season is likely to come. the city of boston declared a public health emergency because the mayor reported some 700 confirmed flu cases in boston alone compared to just 70 during the last flu season. now, the city will offer free flu shots and health officials today urged it is not too late to protect yourself. >> there is is plenty of flu vaccine and people can get it at clinics. local boards of health. pharmacies are well-stocked with vaccine and of course your healthcare provider. >> shepard: eastern pennsylvania, teams have set up temporary flu clinic inside these outdoor tents cut down waiting time in the emergency room. in the chicago area some hospitals went into bypass mode meaning they asked paramedics to other facilities if they could do so safely.
. there are reports of twisters there could be more to come they tell us. georgia, north and west of atlanta. that tornado overturned cars and tractor trailers. flattened houses and trees. no warning sirens or nothing. as we were running in, he jumps in and my son dives on me. and i get pulled out the side of the house. and i was hanging out and his legs from trapped. and he had ahold of me. if it wasn't for that i wouldn't be here but my son held on to me. >> shepard: if you know that area where the twister meets u.s. high 40. a large factory there demolished. rick reichmuth with more on the weather and where it is going. jonathan serrie live in aday or soville, -- adairsville. >> 60 miles to the northwest of atlanta. a major problem that they are dealing with is restoring electricity. it is still out, including in this area where i am. the only lights are those brought by all of the various tv crews and because of all the debris, it's taken a while for authorities to clear the roads so utility trucks can get into these areas. for several hours today, i-75, a major thoroughfare between atla
temperatures today. we were 57, average 43, so bonus territory. wilmington 68, atlanta 68 degrees. a lot of warm air especially south and east, chicago 45 degrees, but there's a big storm system developing in the west. that storm will have the effect of pulling a lot of cold air down through the west which will in turn help pump more warm air into the east coast over the weekend. here's what's going to go on tomorrow. we've got this storm system we've watched in the deep south. that is finally pulling north and as it does so, it's going to drag some showers through our area. i think that will mostly be in the afternoon. let's say after 2:00. we'll have the front come through. so we'll be a little cooler for part of our friday. the mild air tries to ride in on saturday. it might take a while. i know it will make it in here for sunday as we expect temperatures to soar to 70 degrees. i'm forecasting 67 degrees for sun. tonight we've got the clouds coming in -- for sunday. tonight we've got the clouds coming in and it will stay warmer. the moisture is coming from the deep south. let's hope t
into the rockies today. great falls. the snow is flying in the mountains and we've got the 70s in atlanta. 60s all the way up into lexington, kentucky. we're going to get almost to 50 thanks to the rain moving in and a little front that pushed through yesterday. well watch this though by saturday, it starts moving to the northern plains but the warmth is lifting up to us. so tomorrow we get into the 60s. probably just low to mid-60s. and then on sunday, that's our warm day as the 60s to around 70 surge toward us. west southwestern pennsylvania. well look at the cold air in chicago at 29 this cold air mass is going to head our way by the second half of next week. big snows flying in the rockies for montana all the way down even to arizona. seeing some snow there with the rains from the storm that hit texas a couple of days ago. that is now lifting into the midwest. still showers and storms in western florida and louisiana and this moisture at least a little bit of it is going to try to get here this afternoon. the travel forecast today. we've got the mooing in during the afternoon -- rain moving in
for the big game. police in the atlanta say they're a very hot item. >> no question. you need chicken wings for the super bowl. >> it's what the lord wants. >> it's not the super bowl without it. >>> later, serious allegations of the producers of "american idol," who is making claims that could turn into a legal drama? >> now we have accusations of racism on the show. rough start to that season. but details coming up in just a second. >>> but first, rethinking a century-old tradition. the boy scouts of america may do an about face when it comes to homosexuality within its ranks. >> they're considering a major shift by welcoming openly gay scouts and leaders. more from abc's larry jacobs. >> reporter: for generations, the boy scouts of america have adhered to a strict policy that excluded gays. but after years of protest, the iconic institution is poised to make a radical change that could open the door to gay scouts and scout leaders. after earning 21 merit badges, he was denied. his father said the change is overdo. >> the short answer is, it's about time. one of the points of the scout la
to be no more kaepernick surprises. everybody is asking is there any way that he can run against atlanta the same that he did against green bay? colin kaepernick better get used to microphones. and how he stays humble. and how he blocks out these accolades. >> a live go home and watch my film and on and go to bed and come back and do it to the same gang. >> the kids were just too much for chip kelly. he signed with the philadelphia eagles. with this record and oregon, money, money, money. and the n f l. montreal head coach once upon a time a raider and an assistant is the new head coach of this chicago bears. >> pam: that sounds like fun. good night. .
. >> last week was relaxed. bathing in the victory over atlanta. i got my first twinge of butterflies. something like that. yeah. it is getting closer. finally. last night the 49ers landed in new orleans and the ravens are also in town. coming in later. joe fonzi, of course, is in new orleans right now, had a chance to visit with a couple of the baltimore ravens at their hotel today. what is it like down there right now, joe? >> reporter: you need two football teams to have a game and they are both in town. that means we got a look at jim harbaugh's older brother john. in addition to the guy you call the heart and soul of the baltimore ravens, ray lewis, who said that super bowl xlvii will be his final game, one way or the other. the 49ers played elite quarterbacks this year and they beat them. rodgers, breeze, brady, ryan. they will see joe flacco, that will be the challenge. joe flacco took the rave toons three playoff wins to earn their way into the super bowl. these are two teams that don't see that much of each other. last thanksgiving the first harbowl happened. joe flacco feels
been good. >> atlanta hawks on saturday night. well, a good voting contest is going on. 17,000 voters thus far. and churchill at walter johnson. and marshall langley boys are right behind them. margo at quinn park. good vote. >> yes, that's it for us. cbs evening news is next. good night.
relationships. georgia state in atlanta topped the list of schools, nyu second, temple is third. >>> other higher education news, a study finds the more money parents contributed to the kids education the lower their grade. it's not a big enough effect to make the students fail out of college but parents assume the more financial support they give the better their child will x<perform in school. >>> weddings are popular, there are a lot of brides out there, right now planning for their special day. as elizabeth tells us tonight, there are plenty of people out there planning to take advantage of the brides to be. >> they treat brides and grooms like human atms. >> they are the authors of bridal bargains , the wedding industry doesn't want you to read. over the span of 24 years, they mystery shopped at 1000 stores uncovering secrets of the marital market. >> when somebody is planning the wednesdaying. >> the last thing they want to think of, are you going to rip me off? >> tough be a smart consumer. some of this isn't romantic. >> reporter: what they call, the mercedes syndrome. >> we spoke
some real housewives. >> real housewives of atlanta? >> please. >> then, ben, jamie, leo, the most surprising oscar snub. as host seth mcfarlane and emma stone roast the nominees. >> his character is as drunk as half of the people up at this hour. >> will there be drinking
dangerous and potentially deadly. john roberts in our atlanta newsroom tonight. home of the cdc. hey, john. >> geographic to you, shep. those numbers particularly among high school girls are very troubling. believe it or not it gets worse as the get older. one in five figure for high school girls. by the time they get into college and working world. that number increases in one in four. the heaviest drinkers tend to be white women followed by hispanic women and as they get into the working world, they have more disposable enemy, more money to buy alcohol. the heaviest drinkers tend to have an income of $75,000 and above. now, all of this as can you imagine has serious potential health consequences. accord to the cdc, 12,000 young women die every year from binge drinking. and there are plenty of other things besides death disease-related to worry about according to dr. tom freidman who is the head of the cdc. here is what he tell me. >> when men and women binge drink they are more likely to have particular problems for girls. unintended pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections, violence,
. so be aware of your surroundings. what we'll see towards the afternoon, atlanta some severe weather and through the evening, anywhere from mid-atlantic all the way down through the southeast, this threat will remain. here's where the threat area is. all the way down through the southeast and that won't be the end of the story. this whacky weather will continue. the air is diving down back to the south and all that cold air will go over the great lakes and tap into all the moisture it's been pulling out of the gulf and with that heavy snow and lake-effect snow will be back in the raft. so, yes, this whacky weather not ending any time soon. >> stay with us. it is a tense morning with the threat of severe weather. >>> it is 5 past the hour. the buzz is building on on wall street. the dow and s&p 500 both flirting with all-time highs. isn't that good news. stocks closed higher yesterday with the dow settling within 50 points of the 14,000 mark. it is the dow's highest level in five years and it's about 200 points shy of an all-time high. the s&p 500 closed at 1508 yesterday, less than 6
at a middle school in atlanta. that's straight ahead here in "the situation room." >>> the senate has just followed the house of representatives in the past legislation extending the nation's debt ceiling, this time at least until may 19th. but for practical purposes, probably a few months longer than that. the vote in the senate, 64-34. the bill passed the house next week and will sign it into law. there will be an increase in the nation's debt limit, at least for the next few months. they will battle over this later down the road. other news we're following, three stories involving high-profile shootings at a time when the nation is struggling with the issue of guns. lisa sylvester is monitoring that. some of the other top stories in "the situation room." lisa, what's the latest? >> at least one person has been shot at a middle school in atlanta. the victim was conscious and breathing when taken to a local hospital. the suspected gunman is believed to be a student and is in custody. >>> police outside of dallas are investigating the shooting of a prosecutor. district attorney mark haas w
at an atlanta hospital, unable to breathe on his own, accused of burglary and unlawful entry. donnie herman says his family doesn't apologize. >> her life is saved. and our kids' lives are saved. >> reporter: herman says his wife is very upset. she's not speaking publicly about this right now. it's unlikely she'll be charged with anything. she works from home. and he had just taught her to use that gun. george? >> that is something. some story, steve. thank you. >>> now, to the latest on that dramatic murder trial in arizona. prosecutors revealing crime scene photos they say proved jodi arias murdered her boyfriend in cold blood. they caused her to break down in the courtroom. abc's ryan owens is in phoenix with more on the story. ryan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, amy. the pictures were so graphic that were shown in court, the truth is, a lot of people couldn't handle them. in fact, we saw one member of the jury, wiping away tears. travis alexander's sisters shielded their teary eyes, as prosecutors showed crime scene photos of alexander's bathroom. there is blood everywhere. signs
school in atlanta. our affiliate has a chopper at the scene. we are seeing limited activity at this hour. we are told police have a suspect in custody. trace is gathering with more information at the news desk. >> a couple things we are getting reports of possibly two schools -- backtrack. there are two schools being named we are not clear which school could be involved carver high school and press middle school are in the reports. police are thinking it is at price middle schools. might be both schools are close together and they may have them both on lock down. we understand one student has been shot one student has been taken into custody and that a teacher has been injured but the teacher was not shot. you can see from our fox affiliate there waga this live look now there is heavy police presence. this is videotape from moments ago when the alleged suspect was taken into custody. it is unclear if the suspect was a student and if it happened in the classroom in the school or outside of the school grounds. we do know that one student was shot. ambulances are arriving on the scene as we
. seattle coming to down. and if the redskins win, they will go to atlanta the number one seat. 9:30 lorenzo alexander joins us. >> thanks, dave. i know we have big business. let's forget about it for a minute. it's time to talk kim and kanye. >> miss karsashian is sharing a message about being a mom to be. coming up later on. but first big news for a major commute. we don't talk about karsashian enough. >> no, we don't.  >>> history is being honored this new year's day. this morning the postal service will issue a new forever stamp. the 150 anniversary of the emancipation proclamation. also in honor of today's anniversary the national archives will hold a special reading of the emancipation proclamation and you can see it on display at the national archives today. the original emancipation proclamation. another piece of history is going to be replaced. the frederick douglas bridge will be replaced. also an access point to nats park. >> still ahead, the nation goes over the fiscal cliff but overnight senate vote could soften the landing. we'll sit down with a reporter from ro
to entertain this. atlanta police are investigating after someone stole 300,000 dollars worth of copper wire from the set of the movie anchor man 2. 5,000 dollar reward is now being offered for information leading to the suspect's arrest. >> kim kardashian and kanye west moving in together. the soon to be parents bought this $11 million mansion. where is it? the 10,000 square foot home in california wasn't large enough for them because they gutted it and are now building a new 14,000 square foot mansion complete with a gym, a hair salon and two pools. the actor who is best known -- another story here, for playing ralph the doorman on the jeffersons has died. >> good evening. i mean good morning mrs. willis. >> hello ralph. >> is everything all right? >> i am not sure. >> he passed away at a los angeles nursing home on january the 2nd. he was also a navy pilot during world war it, ned wertimer was 89 years old. >> we are talking sports stories at this hour. hg 3 will have total reconstructive surgery on his right knee. he had as a torn acl and lcl ligament. he is expected to be ready for the
game. the fifth overall passing rating and this is the testis tech. the last 40 games for the atlanta falcons. matt ryan, has had 33 victories at home. i think they are very sound. >> giving colin kaepernick. i was asking you that if you watch yourself and you say that you do not. jacqueline? >> occasionally. >> and a watch myself three or four times. i watch myself but i think that as how you can get better. >> pam: sometimes put a just find myself. i just find myself... but pam is dealing with everything. >> pam: sometimes i just get to critical. >> jacqueline: exactly. >> gary: fight sometimes never watch anything but which to be a just a little bit curious? when you have been doing it for 20 years. however, would you be a little bit curious? >> pam: i'm sure that he watches his game. she give a but not watching television. >> pam: i guess i could understand that. >> gary: and you can look at yourself all night long [laughter] but you also want to say that maybe i'd look a little bit. >> jacqueline: or is it looks like i have gained weight so on and do not want to eat anything. >>
is now set in the nfc the 49ers come back from 17 points down to take the lead against atlanta. falcons had one last shot with 6 seconds left. he makes the catch. san francisco for the first time in 18 years in the super bowl. ravens dominated the patriots in the second half to win the afc title game. 28-13. ray lewis has a chance to win the super bowl in his final game ever. it was the first for the ravens in 12 years. it will be the ravens verses the 49ers at the super bowl in new orleans. 49ers are the early favorite. >> 29 minutes after the hour. $5.8 trillion. that's one of the numbers tied to president obama's first term in office. while pe starts his second term we will look at the first term by the numbers. >> he made millions of dollars playing gulf in ameri-- golf in. phil mickelson is thinking of calling another country home. wait until we tell you why. ÷÷ >> first in london passengers are going in and out of heat row a /* heathrow airport after another day of cancellations. this comes after 250 flights were canceled yesterday adding up p00 from yesterday. the government
on the nashville paper, later with "the new york times," the editor of the "atlanta constitution." bill kovich. >> as a very careful observer of the times, you live through it and you reported about it, how did your -- tell me who things, what was the biggest surprise you discovered, and how did you change your mind based on your research? >> what was the biggest surprise and how did i change my mind? i think the biggest surprise was that j. edgar hoover and his fbi's campaign to destroy king politically, at least, was far more vicious, was far more relentless, and cruel, and i could imagine that public officials in the united states would do. how did i come to that conclusion? after a two or three year battle with the fbi and with my friends in the lbj library, part of the national archives, i was finally able to put together a mosaic of hundreds of fbi memos that went to the president. i saw how the president reacted to them, and didn't react to them. and even though great reporters have covered this story well, starting in '75 with the church hearings, i was appalled about that, and i don't
they've overcome. steve osunsami, abc news, atlanta. >> reason to cheer. >>> and coming up, don't look down. a daredevil taking a stroll, 180 feet high above the highway. you'll recognize him. watch it in our "instant index" you'll recognize him. watch it in our "instant index" tonight. every year. i took my ing we had a great spot, not easy to find, but worth it. but with copd making it hard to breathe, i thought those days might be over. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps significantly improve my lung function starting within five minutes. symbicort doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. with symbicort, today i'm breathing better. and that means...fish on! symbicort is for copd including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. it should not be taken more than twice a day. symbicort may increase your risk of lung infections, osteoporosis, and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking it. with copd, i thought i'd miss our family tradition. now symbicort significantly improves my lung function, starting withi
. showers in atlanta, 60. turning sunny in st. louis, 50 degrees. sunshine in denver. 51 and rain ending in seattle. 44 degrees. >>> google executive chairman eric schmidt is getting a first-hand look of internet use in secretive north korea. he's visiting the north with former governor bill richardson. they're also pressing the government to allow more cell phone use and internet service for its citizens. they're pushing north korea to suspend their missile and nuclear work. >>> for the second time in two days there's been trouble onboard a high-tech 787 dreamliner. about 40 gallons of fuel spilled. the plane was inspected and effectually departed. on monday a fire broke out and a battery on another jal dreamliner parked at gate in boston. >>> a lucky landing in australia as a 21-year-old student pilot proves he's got the right stuff. he was taking a solo flight monday when his instructor noticed he had only two landing wheeling instead of three. check this out. the pilot landing, it skidded off the runway and came to a full stop. he was not hurt. my luck would n
. mostly sunny in atlanta, 50. mostly sunny and breezy in st. louis, 48. mostly sunny, denver, 55. morning fog in seattle, 46 degrees. >>> a suspect is in custody for the beating of a subway rider in philadelphia. the attack on tuesday was caught on surveillance video. it shows the suspect throwing a woman onto the tracks. she managed to climb onto the platform suffering only minor injuries. >>> a new study from the american cancer society suggests mixed results in the nation's battle to beat cancer. while the overall death rate from the disease is declining, some forms of the disease are increasing. ines ferre reports. >> reporter: cindy underwent a lumpectomy and radiation after doctors discovering cancer in her breast last fall. the 60-year-old was concerned but took it in stride. >> i know so many women who have had breast cancer and fortunately the ones i do know came out of it okay, so i think i kind of had that in my mind. >> reporter: a new report from the american cancer society finds the overall death rate from cancer has gone down 20% from its peak in 199
in atlanta. so what do the numbers tell us, jonathan? >> reporter: well, jon, the latest numbers suggest this is shaping up to be a bad flu season particularly for the elderly. cdc officials tell fox news hospitalization rates for persons 65 years of age and older increased significantly over the past week, and there were nine pediatric deaths during that same time period, bringing total pediatric deaths, at least the official cdc count to 29. 48 states are now reporting widespread flu activity, up from 47 the previous week. while flu activity continues to decrease in some parts of the south, it continues to increase in other parts of the country, especially out west. based on what they have seen in previous years, cdc officials tell fox that we are probably about halfway through this flu season. jon? jon: and what about the vaccine supplies? >> yeah, although there are still reports of some individual practices, temporarily running out of flu shots, public health officials say there is plenty of vaccine to go around. vaccine manufacturers who originally planned on producing 135 million
of the stories we're following four children including one infant had died in a house fire near atlanta. >> the fire burned late last night at a duplex in the city of conters east of atlanta. >> police said that another boy was injured after his mother threw him from a window on the second-floor to escape the fire. >> the conyers police chief says officers arrived on scene quickly after the fire is supported but were unable to put it out with hand-held fire extinguishers. >> off other national knows. prosecutors in colorado are expected to call their final witness today in the preliminary hearing for james holmes, the former gradison and accused of killing 12 people and wounding dozens in a movie theater in july. >> yesterday's parties testified that homes in more than two months putting together an arsenal allegedly used in the attack. >> they also say, holmes had bought tickets to the midnight screening of the dark knight returns nearly two weeks before the show. >> the washington national cathedral will soon begin performing same-sex marriages. >> cathedral officials said the church
this party in georgia institute of technology in atlanta. the wal-mart on campus concept as a test format that focuses on pharmacy, a basic grocery, health and beauty aids and general merchandise products. the georgia tech outlet will be 25 but we're feet. wal-mart neighborhood market average 40,000 square feet. >> hope you stocked up on forever stamps because if you did not, you are about to take the next time you mail. the u.s. postal service is upping the cost of a step by a penny to 46¢ for a letter and 33¢ for a postcard. the change takes effect sunday. if it seems like the price of stamps just went up recently you are not far off. it was one year ago this week when we saw the latest 1¢ a bump. >> still ahead: luxuries right off the lot. now hayward police are investigating how well cars disappear. details on the investigation--. we will have more on your whether. koi??çóÑk?wç >> we're back at 4:44. >> let us get to the weather center. erica is keeping an eye on storm tracker 4. we have showers not white. >> most of the monster we are seeing is off shore pipit we have a light
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